Passions rise in Albert
Square as Michelle confronts
Grant in the Queen Vie. Cindy, meanwhile, tries to ensure a future with David. See today's choices.
This week's episodes written by Tony McHale , Jeff Povey and Julie Wassmer ; Producer Alison Davis
Director Philip Casson Stereo Subtitled 28
Cindy and David are playing with fire and Kathy's at breaking point. Michelle sees a way out.
This week's episodes written by Jonathan David and Joanne Maguire ; Producer Jane Harris ; Director
Steve Goldie Stereo
Arthur is caught in a standoff between Pauline and Michelle. Ian prepares to silence the opposition at Quiz Night. Pat reveals her true feelings to Roy - and gets a surprise on her return home. For cast see Tuesday. Omnibus edition next
It's decision time for
Michelle, who has some explaining to do to Grant. But before she can regain control of her life, she must work out what to tell her parents. See today's choices.
For cast see Monday. Omnibus edition next
Sunday Stereo * See This Week: page 12
Another chance to see some classic clips from the BBC archives, guaranteed to embarrass stars from
EastEnders, Birds of a Feather, Noel's House Party and more. Plus, problems the weather presenters couldn't foresee, and rare footage of the late
Peter Sellers as a guest star on Sykes - accidentally biting off Hattie Jacques 's earring. Presented by Terry Wogan. Director John LSpencer ; Producer Tom Webber
Arthur discovers that he and Mark share a secret, but Pauline is kept in the dark. Bianca is in the right place at the right time, but Nigel seems to be the wrong man for the job.
For cast see Tuesday Stereo
Martin gives his mother the slip, and sparks off a a Halloween night of panic. Sam falls foul of Grant, but picks up some startling gossip.
This week's episodes written by Scott Cherry and Susan Boyd ; Producer Jane Harris ; Director
Chris Miller Stereo Subtitled ..................
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